Posted in Event Llandaf Organisations

19th Century life Cardiff lecture

ON 20 May, Jeff Childs gives a talk to the Llandaff Society about the 19th Centrury society around the time of the heyday of the Glamorganshire Canal


Posted in Llandaf Organisations

Trefoil Guild event

The Trefoil Guild is holding a coffee morning 28 April


Posted in Event Llandaf Organisations

Llandaf Traders’ St David’s Day get-together


Posted in Cathedral Llandaf Organisations

Vaughan Williams concert at Llandaf Cathedral 4 July


Posted in Event Llandaf Organisations

Caerwent history talk

Peter Strong addresses the Llandaff Society as he recounts the history of Christianity in Caerwent on 19 June at Llandaff Parish Hall.


Posted in Event Organisations Public Meeting

Reminiscence monthly at the Cardiff Story

There’s a chance to get together with other Cardiff residents and hear and share stories on the first Wednesday of every month at the Cardiff Story museum at the Hayes Old Library Building.

Just turn up at 11am.

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided.


Posted in Llandaf Organisations

Llandaff Society Highstreet Traders dinner 25 March 2015


Posted in Event Llandaf Organisations

Take a look at the Llandaff Society’s archives

Local historians can take a peek at the Llandaff Society’s extensive archive of records and photographs of Llandaf during this Christmas Fayre at St Michael’s College on Saturday 6 December 2014.



Posted in Insole Court Llandaf Organisations

Friends of Insole


If you’d like to give your time and volunteer with the Friends of Insole Court, you  can turn up there at 2pm on the third Wednesday of every month over the summer.

Posted in Danescourt Llandaf Organisations Public Meeting

Radyr Court Road planning appeal inspector site visit

Many readers will be aware of the plans to build new homes on the green land of Radyr Court Road by Nabatean Ltd.

The aptly-named Simon Field of the Save Radyr Court Road group has written to say that the Planning Inspector appointed to make the final decision will visit the site at 2pm on Thursday 12th June 2014. He invites residents who oppose the plans to meet him at 2pm on the same day at the bottom of Spooky Lane at the end of Radyr Court Road.

The visit follows the planning inquiry conducted over two days in City Hall, Cardiff, in May.

Simon says that “counsel for the owners of the land emphasised that the path that runs from the end of Radyr Court Road (by the gates across ‘Spooky Lane’) across the land towards Radyr Woods is not a right of way, and as it is entirely privately owned, it can be closed at any time (but) we believe that continuous open access for the length of that path has existed for a very long time – certainly more than 20 years.”

Looking ahead to the site visit, Simon adds: “Whilst we are asked not to enter into any debate regarding evidence,  we are allowed to point things out to the inspector.  So we would like a good turnout of local residents, to demonstrate the strength of feeling against the planning application, and to highlight how much we value and make use of the land and its various footpaths.”

If you want to go along to the appeal inspector’s site visit, go to the bottom of Spooky Lane at the end of Radyr Court Road at 2pm on Thursday 12th June 2014.

Photo from Simon Field's website
Photo from Simon Field’s website

Cross-posted on RadyrPost.